Qazi Hussain Ahmad Medical Complex

Qazi Hussain Ahmad Medical Complex

Pakistan, like other developing countries, putting endeavor to stand in the queue of developed nations. Globalization further bridges the gap and lead to the technological advancement and shift focus on socio-economic indicators. This can be deduced from a recent development. Recently, New Qazi Hussain Ahmad Medical Complex in Nowshera has...

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Pakistani Women Team Won International Rugby In Laos

Pakistani Women Team Won International Rugby In Laos

VIENTIANE Winning one match at an international event just after the one year of forming Pakistan team, at the Asian Women’s Rugby Sevens in Laos have been proved as a huge success for the team members, on last weekend. Pakistani player Mehru Khan said that “almost for everyone it is a...

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Government Has Failed To Stop Terror Attacks, Says Qureshi

Government Has Failed To Stop Terror Attacks, Says Qureshi

LAHORE Vice Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that it is the time when Pakistan needs military courts in order to stop the constant terror attacks, as the government has failed to stop these attacks, on Monday. Qureshi said that while addressing to a social gathering of PTI(Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf) supporters in Tharparkar....

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On ‘leaked’ exams and ‘investigative’ journalism

On ‘leaked’ exams and ‘investigative’ journalism

On February 10, the FPSC Chairman Mr Naveed Akram Cheema interviewed a CSS candidate. When he questioned her what the reasons for the media in Pakistan acting irresponsibly these days were, he had no idea that the revered organisation he heads, was going to be victimized at the very hands...

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Pakistani Courts Said No To Valentine’s Day

Pakistani Courts Said No To Valentine’s Day

ISLAMABAD The IHC (Islamabad High Court) restricted the festival of Valentine’s Day especially in public places and government workplaces nationwide ‘with immediate effect’, on Monday. A day prior to Valentine’s Day, the Federal Ministry of Information, PEMRA (Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority) and the IHC (Islamabad High Commission) were told by...

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Facebook To Deliver Advertisement Data For Audit

Facebook To Deliver Advertisement Data For Audit

USA Facebook said recently that it would give data in regards to promotions showed on its stage for a review, months after the interpersonal organization confessed to exaggerating key advertisement metrics. Media Rating Council (MRC) which is media regulator authority will audit advertisements which will likely provide more clarity to sponsors....

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World Bank To Resolve Indus Water Dispute On PM’s Request

World Bank To Resolve Indus Water Dispute On PM’s Request

ISLAMABAD Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Kristalina Georgieva of World Bank (WB) approached  Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad on Thursday to talk about usage of the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) and the debate amongst Pakistan and India over the construction of two hydropower extends by New Delhi. India is...

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ISPR Says Land Alloted To Gen Raheel Sharif Under Constitutional Provision

ISPR Says Land Alloted To Gen Raheel Sharif Under Constitutional Provision

ISLAMABAD Allotment of land to the former army chief General (retd) Raheel Sharif which was 90 acres, got noticed earlier. Now Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) clarified its position regarding allotment and says that all such allotments were done through a “constitutional provision”, on Thursday. Director General of ISPR General Asif...

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Now Careem Will Find You A Doctor

Now Careem Will Find You A Doctor

In another collaboration with FindMyDoctor.pk, Careem declared that it will convey qualified doctors to those who are suffering from the seasonal flu, fever and other diseases, on Tuesday. Careem is the famous cab ride service and another app named Find My Doctor, the new doctor searching app have joined hands to provide...

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First Afghan All-Girl Orchestra Performed At Davos

First Afghan All-Girl Orchestra Performed At Davos

DAVOS Afghanistan’s first all young lady orchestra played out at a show before world pioneers at the end of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Friday. There were a group of 30 musicians known as Zohra, aged 13 to 20, performed parts of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony and popular Afghan...

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